Nonkilling Human Biology/Social responsibility of science

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"In the years 1960-70s scientists became aware of the need of developing new ideas about the social responsibility of science."

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  • The Union of Concerned Scientists was founded in 1969 to "initiate a critical and continuing examination of governmental policy in areas where science and technology are of actual or potential significance" and "devise means for turning research applications away from the present emphasis on military technology toward the solution of pressing environmental and social problems."
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